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Rihanna, Nicki Minaj to be Featured on Japan Aid Album
Universal Music Group has announced that it will be releasing a digital-only compilation album featuring some of the label's biggest stars, in an attempt to raise funds for tsunami-stricken Japan.
Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, U2 and Bon Jovi are all expected to appear on the a…
Ne-Yo Heads to Japan, Backup Dancers Refuse to Join Him
While singer Ne-Yo is busy showing some love to his Japanese fans, affected by the catastrophic earthquake and tsunami that hit the country two weeks ago, a few of his backup dancers are still stateside.
According to TMZ, some of the Grammy winner's dancers opted out of the trip, due to safety …
Ne-Yo + More — Top Five Tweets of the Week
In this week's round-up of the Top Five Tweets of the Week, Ne-Yo is disappointed with Rolling Stone magazine for placing MTV's 'Jersey Shore' star Snooki on the cover. Then after finding out Ne-Yo's opinion, Snooki says she's no longer a fan of the R&B singer. …
Hip-Hop & R&B Community Respond to Japan Earthquake
Many members of the music community have sought to reach out to the people of Japan via social networking platform Twitter, offering their support and prayers just hours after the country was hit with a devastating 8.9 magnitude earthquake...
Ne-Yo Creates Show for Cartoon Network
Ne-Yo announced today that he has closed a deal with Cartoon Network to produce his own show. Titled 'I Heart Tuesdays,' the show tells the story of "a 16-year-old girl that inherits the curse of her bloodline and she's forced to save the world from the unknown evil every Tue…
Ne-Yo Calls Auto-Tune Singers ‘Wack’
Ne-Yo recently spoke out regarding the overuse of Auto-Tune, the vocoder-like vocal effect popularized by artists like Akon and T-Pain. The 'Beautiful Monster' singer explained that the audio processor should be used to support singers by assisting their tired vocal chords during extended recording …
Ne-Yo Serves as a Marine in ‘Battle: Los Angeles’
No stranger to the acting world, Ne-Yo's return to the big screen comes in March, as the singer readies himself to wipe out alien invaders in the sci-fi thriller 'Battle: Los Angeles.'
The film's trailer, which recently made its debut, showcases the city of L...

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